See the turmoil and trouble that the lives of the three main characters will have, and get a look at what you will be dealing with once the game hits the PS3 and Xbox 360 on September 17.
Rockstar Games also released some new information on the game, this time introducing the first Rockstar games Social Club feature for GTA 5 and GTA Online. The Hierarchies system for Social Club Crews has taken inspiration from the Social Club community, and will be giving special privileges for Crew Leaders to create their own classed circles.
The hierarchies give the Crew Leaders the power to assign special ranks to all the members, which are Commissioners, Lieutenants, and Representatives.
Commissioners would be the top people--think right hand men and advisers in the Crew--and they will have administrative powers, with the ability to promote or invite members in the Crew.
Lieutenants are like the disciplinary board, with the sole purpose of giving promotions or demotions across all subordinate ranks. Representatives are the ones who have shown loyalty to the Crew and are given the privilege of basic permissions for recruitment aids.
Unassigned members will automatically be Muscle, who will be the ones at the bottom of the hierarchy playing the role of havoc-wreaker online, establishing the fearful aura of your Crew, and being the all-around muscle in the online world.
Rising up the ranks is a possibility, as those who want out of the Muscle department can climb the ladder, but that in itself can bring the Crew to a havoc for higher ups who may be slacking off.
Of course, being the social instrument for GTA 5, a rigid hierarchy isn't meant for everyone, so Rockstar Games has also said that the only concrete rule would be the overall Crew cap. Otherwise, anarchy or communal reign can be your Crew's thing.
Check out Rockstar Games for a detailed approach to how you can get started on the Hierarchies System.
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Injustice: Gods Among Us introduces Red Son Deathstroke challenge
NetherRealm Studios has introduced another mobile challenge, the Red Son Deathstroke for Injustice: Gods Among Us. Similar to the Zod and Batgirl challenges offered previously, the Red Son Deathstroke will have you go against the computer and defeat enemies following specific rules.
"The latest Injustice challenge is now available! Grab the update and level up your favorite team," according to the official NetherRealm Studios YouTube account.
This challenge will expire by September 16, which will be your only chance to get the Gold Red Son Deathstroke limited edition card.
Check out this walkthrough of the first of five challenges that you would have to go through to get the Red Son Deathstroke limited edition card.
Wind Waker HD introduces Hero Mode
There is still something to look forward to with The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD if you didn't find too much of a challenge with the difficulty mode going through the game.
So if you want more of a challenge, Web Pro News reports that you can opt for the Hero Mode, which deals double the damage of the enemy without giving you any chance to recover.
This way, you can transform a fairly easy game to something that would put you at the edge of your seat. The Hero Mode is just one of the enhancements, as there are others like the new first-person mode and a new sail.
Check out the trailer to see the sample of the Hero Mode in action.